Native Tennessean Realtor
Jennifer Bayliss, a proud native Tennessean, grew up on a farm in Chapel Hill, TN. After high school, she left Chapel Hill to pursue her studies in political science and history. She attended the University of Tennessee where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.
While her southern charm may be what draws you in, it isn’t the only thing that makes her such a great realtor. Her level of experience working in all types of fields makes her more than qualified--working at The Hermitage, Census Bureau, and several Nashville hotels gave her the much needed skills you want your realtor to have--including competency of Nashville’s “lay of the land,” an eye for meticulous detail, and understanding client needs.
Jennifer's ancestry dates back to before the Revolutionary War. In fact, Wilson County was named after her 9th generation great grandfather, David Wilson, who served as a Revolutionary War soldier-turned politician. Another relative was a land surveyor in Middle Tennessee before it became a state. Jennifer has an undeniable amount of family history and sense of community embedded in her roots. She is also a member of the Sarah Polk Daughters of American Revolution Chapter (DAR) in the Franklin/Brentwood area. As a member of the DAR, she serves as an advocate and volunteer where she participates in educational programs like Constitution Week. Jennifer was Girl Scout Gold and Silver Award receipent and she looks forward to volunteering and serving as Girl Scout assistant this year with a local chapter in Nashville.
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